Led by PBS, the Bryan Memorial Gallery, and the Varnum Memorial Library
ART and CRAFT: A film about art forgery, telling the true story about an enigmatic, vastly talented, and sometimes troubled man who through hard work, perseverance, and chutzpah, folled the art world for nearly a third of a century. Art forger, conman, and prankster Mark Landis gave away his forgeries, motivated by the need for acceptance and respect. Co-presented with Vermont PBS, the Bryan Memorial Gallery, and the Varnum Memorial Library. A panel discussion follows the film.
There is no charge for this presentation, but space is limited. Advanced reservations are suggested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event will be a the Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main Street, Jeffersonville.